1. Proper Prior Preparation Prevents Poor Performance
We start our process by creating the artwork, according to the brief given to us by our client. The preparation is done completely in-house, and is carried out by our graphic designers using state-of-the-art design & rendering software.
Once the design has been drawn up, we get the glass ready by marking up where the engraving will go. The preparation has to be done with absolute precision, and will have an enormous impact on how the final product will turn out.
We then proceed to apply the design onto a sticky film and place it on to the glass, to act as a stencil. The glass that will be left untouched is then covered in masking tape, to protect it from the next step, sandblasting.
3. The Final Flourish
Once the aluminium oxide penetrates the film, disintegrating the areas that holds the design, and engraving it onto the glass, the tape and remaining film is removed, and the glass is cleaned, quality controlled and packaged.
Tis, But The Work Of A Moment.